Sunday, October 24, 2010

So Happy!

This weekend was so beautiful...maybe not weather wise but in other ways...this Fall everything seems to be clicking into place and flowing in a wonderful way! I really feel like I'm on the right path and every day is fulfilling and exciting and different and eye-opening and full of joy :-) Well, most days at least :-)

I still haven't heard from EPIK but I talked to some people who have taught in Korea or have some knowledge of it and they said the process is usually quite slow so it's not surprising or abnormal. In any case, I feel like one way or another I'll be wherever I need to be at the right time :-)

In the meantime, Vancouver is gorgeous in its own glorious way. The ocean looks amazing and I love the freshness in the air. I've also been enjoying cappuccinos, homemade pita pizza, butternut squash soup, pumpkin seeds, shopping for boots (and buying some really awesome ones!), trying on headbands and hats, feeling cozy by the fireplace, eating spicy noodles with noodle loving friends, watching hilarious Korean dramas (that also feature great fashion!), listening to 90's music, watching Ghostbusters, planning my Winter vacation (my friend from Korea is coming to visit!), and watching leaves fall to the ground (it's more interesting than it sounds).

Here's to a wonderful Autumn! I hope it brings everyone joy, energy, and strength to carpe diem!


  1. Mmm I love all the food references.

    I sent you a text, hopefully I'll see you this week :)

  2. Hey Lucy!

    I've finally caught up on all your posts - love the waffle picture and the picture of the Korean cafe! I'm glad you had a fantastic time over in Korea - it sounds like Korea has an amazing culture (and great food!) that made you feel right at home. I'm also impressed that you have Korean restaurants in Vancouver. How perfect! I'll cross my fingers for your EPIK application - in fact, I'll cross all my toes, too, because I think it would be a great opportunity for you!

    I hope teaching is going well! Have a wonderful week, Lucy!